Aberdeen ,
21
March
2018
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11:58
Europe/Amsterdam

Aberdeen City Council seeks the People’s Champion

Has an Aberdeen City Council employee gone above and beyond the call of duty? Do you know a member of our staff who has gone the extra mile?

Aberdeen City Council would like to hear from the public about a member of Council staff or Council team that they think have excelled.

We want to know about the school crossing patrollers, care assistants, housing teams, dog wardens, teachers, dinner ladies, street cleaners, gardeners, road workers or any Aberdeen City Council employee that has made a difference to you or your life.

Angela Scott, Chief Executive, Aberdeen City Council said: “We recognise that our staff make a significant difference to the lives of many of our residents and we are looking to the people of Aberdeen to help us acknowledge their work.

“Our employees are proud to work for the people of Aberdeen and we hope the public will take this opportunity to recognise the work they do for the city.”

To nominate please click on link to download a nomination form https://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/media/7049 or email star@aberdeencity.gov.uk to receive a printed copy of the form. Once completed the form should be emailed to star@aberdeencity.co.uk or posted it to Star Awards, Business Hub 2, Lower Ground Floor North, Marischal College, AB10 1AB.

Nominations must be submitted by 12noon on Friday 13 April 2018.

The People’s Champion Award is part of the annual Star Awards programme which recognises the achievements of projects, teams and individuals within the council.

The Star Awards ceremony will be held on Thursday 14 June at Aberdeen Beach Ballroom.